Post by Sierra Thomas on Nov 6, 2013 19:21:07 GMT -5
Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre
Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre was born, November 18 1787, in Val D'oise, France. Louis died july 10th 1851.
Louis was known for his very two famous inventions. The Daguerreotype, which was the invention of permanent photography.
Prior to Louise's association with his first experiment, the Niepce was used for the coating of bitumen of judea, to make the first permanent camera photograph. The bitumen was hardened where it was exposed to light and the unhardened portion was then removed with a solvent.
A camera exposure lasted for hours or days was required. Niepce and perjurer lasted refined this process but unreasonable long process were still needed. Louise's invention was called the, Diorama theatre which was art dimensional, 3-D art work. Louis was very intelligent and hard working his inventions are still used nowadays worldwide.
After 65 years Louis died and is still known for his creations till this day.
I went to Wikipedia and typed in Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre biography. It listed Louis's life style, his birthday and death day. It also had the options to be able to see his portraits and signature. The website also showed references and external links.